“Soups for Hoops” Tonight with Guilford College men’s basketball at Greensboro College 7pm Hanes Gymnasium(Home of the Pride):FREE admission with one canned good/GOOD DEAL!!!

Posted by Andy Durham on November 15, 2017 at 11:05 am under College | Comments are off for this article

The Greensboro College men’s basketball team will begin the regular season at home against cross-town rival, Guilford College TONIGHT in Hanes Gymnasium as they promote “Soups for Hoops”.

Fans are encouraged to bring one canned good to the game for FREE admission to the contest to help benefit Greensboro Urban Ministry.

Game time is 7pm at the Hanes Gymnasium on the Greensboro College campus….Greensboro(0-1) after 104-80 exhibition loss to N.C. A&T last Friday night at A&T, and this will be Guilford’s first game of the season…

*****Remember, Free Admission w/canned food item donation……*****

+++++Jaylen Gore, from Northwest Guilford HS and Marcus Curry, from Northern Guilford HS are both on the Guilford College roster and both should see considerable playing time…

The Greensboro College roster features K.J./Keyford Langley from Southwest Guilford HS and he should see his minutes increase as the season bears on and he faced his brother, Kameron Langley in last Friday’s game vs. N.C. A&T…
Langley:
Why Greensboro College? “I chose Greensboro College because it is close to home and gives me a great oppOrtunity.”

MORE on local hoops scene from Guilford’s storied recent past…..
SEASON OPENER….Randolph at Ferrum Wednesday 7:30 p.m.

FERRUMAs an NCAA Division III basketball player, Tyler Sanborn was a winner.

He hopes to taste success again, this time as a Division III head coach.

The former Guilford College star was hired in July to coach the Ferrum men’s basketball team, which has not had a winning season since the 2012-13 campaign.

The 6-foot-10 Sanborn helped Guilford reach the Division III final four in Salem in 2009 and 2010. He was named the Division III player of the year as a senior center in 2010, when he averaged 19.8 points and 14.1 rebounds. He scored 1,398 points and snared 1,133 rebounds in his college career.

Sanborn’s background has helped him earn the respect of his new charges.

“They know my playing career and all of that, so they understand that I know what it takes to win at a high level in Division III,” Sanborn, 29, said. “I think they’re more willing to buy in because of that.”

from Mark Berman at the Roanoke Times and CLICK HERE for more…..
www.roanoke.com


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